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Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following email. It is a socalled "Advance Fee Fraud" letter, where I am promised millions for my assistance. These stories are all lies, and if I respond, sooner or later I will be asked to pay a fee. If I pay, another fee will quickly come up, and it will continue that way until I give up or run out of money. I will never see the millions, because they never existed.

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Mrs From: Jessica < sababy112@yahoo.com.ph >
Date: 2012/5/25
Subject: Hi from Jessi!
To:






Dear,

 Quite frankly, I know it may have sounded pretty strange for you on why I chose to contact you as you are a complete stranger to me and I must tell you this, I contacted you for the simple reason that we do not know each other.

 It would be very difficult for me to contact anybody here who knows me for this purpose as I may stand the risk and chance of being cheated of my inheritance because the person would have known my weaknesses. I may even lose my life that
is why I decided to contact you a complete stranger. My name is Jessica Jemmah the only child of my parent. During the post electoral civil and political crisis in our country, my parents were killed by heartless military that supported the incumbent president that lose election and refuses to step down. Fortunately for me, I was in the school in Ghana when this
tragedy took place in my family. But I thank the almighty God because I never knew that I could survive the shock of losing almost my family. Right now I am still here in the country but very “unsafe” for me. I' m living in a great fear and bondage. I intend leaving this country as soon as possible but only one thing has kept me back. My late father has deposited with one of the prime financial institution, the sum of money, SEVEN MILLION SIX HUNDRED THOUSAND UNITED STATES DOLLARS ($7.600,000.00).

The primary reason of contacting you is that my late father had a written agreement with the financial institution that before I will come for the claim, I must be above 29years of age or I must present a business partner or business guarantor to make sure the money will be invested in a very lucrative and safe way. As I am writing to you, I am just 17yrs of age and life here is so difficult to cope with. There is no possibility for me to wait until I clock 29years before I go forth for the claim, if I should wait for that it means the money will be lost as my life is not guaranteed here in Ivory Coast anymore.

From the light of the above, my instinct tells me that I should trust you to act as my business partner so that the funds will be released to you on request and I could move over to your country and both of us have the funds invested in a good lucrative business area of your choice hence I am interested in real estate business. I wait to read from you if you accept my request as I promise to give you more detailed information.

Awaiting for a positive response.

Sincerely
Jessica Jemmah.

 
     
Miss Young

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